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Porting J2EE Applications to SAP WAS


Can anyone help me.

If u have informations about porting of J2EE Applications into SAP WAS , then plz help me.

I need certain J2EE Applications which are developed under J2EE 1.2 or lower than 1.3 (EAR files for conversion using convert tool).

Please help me with suficient help including links for downloading EAR files(J2EE 1.2 ) with help for porting.

I want to port one J2EE Application which is not developed under SAP WAS Netweaver (means not even under 6.2), completely out of SAP WAS environment.

How can i port that Application into SAP WAS?

What are the prerequisites for this?(I Have Netweaver Studio).

If any documents with helps available then help me with that links also..

With Regards


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    Posted on Feb 07, 2005 at 03:50 PM

    Hi Kishor,

    see guide to deploy pure-j2ee app to WAS 640?

    Hope it helps


    PS: Please be more responsive! If you ask something and people answer, it is not more than kind to reply if it was helpful or not, and then, where the problem stayed. This is friendly against the ones who help as well as against other users running into the same issue. And: One can very efficiently say "thanks" on SDN by rewarding points for helpful answers.

    This holds at least for the following threads opened by yours:

    Netweaver Studio and Portal Development Application Creation (elp)

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  • Posted on Feb 07, 2005 at 04:04 PM

    Hi Kishor,

    You can also have a look at the J2EE Migration Kit:

    and the following weblogs:



    As per the application, you could try e.g. with the J2EE 1.2 version of SUN PetStore sample app:

    Hope this will be of help,


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